If you get a new AM5 motherboard and go into the BIOS to change anything at all, it may cause the system to be unstable with laggy mouse movement, stuck keyboard, flickering screen, BSODs and more. This is caused because when you hit save and exit in the BIOS, even if you do it without changing anything, the infinity fabric clock (if its in auto) changes for no reason to an invalid speed. To fix it you need to go to the overclock section of the BIOS, find the infinity fabric option and change it from auto to 1800 which is the default speed. So far i'm not aware of any BIOS update that addresses it so its either rare or few people have found out what's wrong to report it. I for one simply took out the battery to reset everything and decided to keep the BIOS on default to avoid the issue until i found out what was happening.